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Ok, i'm very worried about something that has never happened to me before. So a few days ago, I notices that my discharge in my pantyliner was brown, but the next day it went away so I ignored it. Fast forward a few days, and the brown is back, and I noticed a little light pink mixed in. Ive never had spotting between periods before!
My last period started on the 11th, and ended on the 16th. I am not pregnant, as I have never had sex, or any sexual activities this year. Should I be worried? Very scared..

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A little bit of spotting is not unusual, and usually not something to worry about.

Sometimes bodies react that way to changes brought on by stress, such as changes in sleeping pattern or diet. The stress of an illness may also lead to some menstrual irregularity. But sometimes it also just happens for no obvious reason.

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